Andy Triggs: Brighton-based web apps guy
Building for the web since '96, found Ruby in '06.
I can boost your Ruby development team to help with tight deadlines, and mentor less experienced developers.
I'm good at optimising servers and hosting stacks. If your app isn't responsive, your audience will move on.
I've relaunched a number of high traffic sites. If you're redesigning a site, I can help relaunch with minimal loss of engagement, conversion and SEO.
I'm a strong writer, and create concise copy, documentation and reports that won't annoy.
If you're having Magento woes, I can help you with those.
My rates are competitive and I'm easy to work with.
or phone 07967 638009 to discuss your project.
Work & Projects
For six years I was lead Ruby on Rails developer and CTO of this national property advertising network.
We used MySQL and MongoDB at scale to publish fresh data to our high-profile property sites such as
Evening Standard Homes & Property
"As well as delivering technical excellence, you've done it in good spirits and with a calm
and measured approach, which has always been much appreciated. It's been a great pleasure to work with you."
I've done a lot of work with Freeborn, taking them from zero online revenue to, well - lots.
This is where I got to grips with Magento - a characterful but amazing open source project.
"Andy has made a huge difference to Freeborn, and has been a pleasure to work with
these past seven years. He's reliable, affable and we can trust him to do the right thing for the business, every time."
Another Magento site for this UK distributor of some top cycling brands.
Don't risk your traffic and SEO when you relaunch.
Currently in production build, after a successful prototype. If you're relaunching a site, LaunchThing can help.
A tool to help cyclists find discounted new and used cycling kit from around the web.
An effective WordPress site for our beautiful cottage in Wales.
Find out more about me at these sites.
An occasional blog charting my journey of discovery through the messed up world of modern money.
The name is a riff on Fucked Company.
I worked at this bike shop for a year, and can recommend their top-notch workshop and reasonable prices.